27 July 2020
It’s a gas: Section 21 Notices after Trecarrell House Limited v Patricia Rouncefield ( EWCA Civ 760)
Article by Scott Goldstein, Partner in the Dispute Resolution department and property litigation specialist at Payne Hicks Beach discusses Section 21 Notices after Trecarrell House Limited v Patricia Rouncefield ( EWCA Civ 760). first published in News on the Block online on 24 July 2020 and reproduced with kind permission.
Scott has extensive experience in all aspects of property litigation and is able to bring a wide range of technical knowhow and commercial nous to bear on any property dispute, be it commercial or residential advising developer and high net worth clients. His expertise extends to dealing with landlord and tenant work: on the commercial side involving the applicability of the criteria for opposing a new business tenancy on the grounds of redevelopment (ground (f)) and for residential tenancies dealing with long leases in connection with enfranchisement claims, service charge disputes and disputes between tenant directors of freehold companies.
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